Ghanaian lady uses her dirty leg to prepare food meant for public consumption.
Many Ghanaian households are energy poor. Energy poor households use biomass such as wood, grass, animal dung, and charcoal, whereas non-energy poor households use clean energy such as electricity and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG).
A video-making ripple on social media captures a lady cooking food intended for public consumption with her leg.
The woman can be seen mixing what appears to be flour with her leg in a video obtained by browngh.com.
The unsanitary manner in which food is prepared has raised concerns about the quality of food purchased from food sellers or vendors.
The video has gotten a lot of attention on social media, with the majority of Ghanaians condemning the lady for heartlessly preparing food for public consumption with her dirty leg.
Watch the video below:
Public-private partnerships should also be used in harnessing technologies for sustainable production of fuels, mainly charcoal, which is the primary fuel demanded by a majority, including urban households.
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